Traducción de spawn en Español:


hueva, n.

Pronunciación /spɔn//spɔːn/


  • 1

    (of fish) hueva femenino
    (of fish) huevas femenino
    (of frogs) huevos masculino
  • 2literario, despectivo

    prole femenino
  • 3

    micelio masculino

verbo transitivo

  • 1


verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (frogs/fish) desovar
    • This large fish inhabits the Caspian and Black Seas, and it spawns in the rivers that constitute the drainage basins of these seas.
    • The female salmon spawns and then dies.
    • It Migrates from salt water into coastal rivers to spawn in spring.
    • Goldburg says cod and other fish may spawn inside cages.
    • Although they are terrestrial creatures, these crabs descend to the sea to spawn, and their larvae live in salt water for a time.
    • In the Delaware Bay area, the crab spawning population dropped from 1.2 million in 1990 to less than 500,000 in 1996.
    • Once one oyster begins spawning, the others, stimulated by the hormones released, also spawn.
    • Large female pupfish can lay about 25 eggs per day and may spawn with different males each day.
    • Atlantic salmon spawn in October and November.
    • They swim up river as far as 900 miles inland to spawn, then the young fish make their way back out to the open ocean where they mature.
    • The males spawn with each female and exhibit no parental care - an extreme case of polygyny.
    • August is a good time to watch coral spawning.
    • Though some striped bass can spawn in fresh water and make their homes in salt water, there are many ‘stripers’ which remain landlocked.
    • The fish were spawning so the rivers were well stocked.
    • It spawns in the Indian Ocean south of Java and then migrates around Australia's southern coast.
    • A female may also spawn with the same male in temporally discrete bouts.
    • This migration towards saltwater, in order to spawn, occurs in all catadromous species.
    • Other males spawn with females in groups.
    • Because of the way they spawn, and because of the way they recruit back onto the reef, there's really no way of reducing the population for more than one breeding season really.
    • Males release more sperm when spawning with larger females.